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The Promise of the Church of Tomorrow

“Church” has become the new 6-letter word that many people have chosen to hate. “Church” is now associated with a fair measure of emotional, spiritual, and psychological abuse for many,…

Spiritual Certainty and John’s Revelation

Certainty is a real killer of spiritual insight. Yet, many Christians tout their certainty about everything! The spirit of certainty exposes Christian tribalism at its finest! One of my personal…

And God said …

One of my fondest childhood memories involves singing a song entitled, The Creation, published in Service in Song by American Printing Co. and republished in The Little Golden Book of…

Humanity’s Time Sickness

Peace on earth. Is it attainable? I believe it is! But first, humanity must deal with its unwavering allegiance to the human clock—a crafty invention that encourages the repetition of…

Do You Own Your Soulprint?

Every person is a designer of his or her own “soulprint” – an identifying theological perspective that is unique to each individual. When we truly embrace our own theological perspective…

Does the Bride of Christ Feel Pretty?

Most bridal departments are well staffed with consultants who politely prevent the general public from aimlessly browsing through the wedding gowns with dirty hands. Instead, the gowns are carefully selected…

Three Mental Steps into the Church of Tomorrow

In her book, “Christianity after Religion,” author Diana Butler Bass briefly discusses the First Great Awakening, launched in 1730, followed by a Second and Third Great Awakening. Bass mentions the…

Transfiguring the Bride!

When I tell people that I write today for the church of tomorrow, I’m often asked, “How will the church look in the future?” My immediate response is that she…

The Walls We’ve Inherited

Christians . . . we like our walls! I mean we love, love, love our walls! We love the walls of our church buildings. We love our denominational and non-denominational walls. We…






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